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McBerry to speak in PTC Tuesday

To some he is controversial. To others he is right on target. But regardless the opinions, Republican gubernatorial candidate Ray McBerry will bring his States’ Rights Tour to Peachtree City Tuesday night.

The event at J Christopher’s Restaurant is being hosted by the Fayette-Coweta chapter of the Glenn Beck 912 Project. The event will run from 7:00-8:15 p.m.
McBerry refers to himself as a Constitutionalist who says he does not support the globalist, socialist policies of either the Democrat or Republican parties at the national level. McBerry promotes a return to the Constitution and the Bible and is expected to discuss the movement to restore Georgia’s sovereignty and states’ rights issues.

Also at the meeting, local resident Arnie Geiger will discuss the Fair Tax proposal.

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